Microsoft’s Azure is available to enterprise clients at lower costs compared to traditional machine learning solutions and is likely to face fierce competition from tech behemoths.
Qualcomm’s technology opens up the potential for it to be used to charge Ultrabooks, which are powered by Intel.
Although BlackBerry may make a comeback in the future, 2014 is not the year for it.
Green Mountain's deal with Coca Cola is looking like a very profitable partnership, but will it be enough to keep Green Mountain's momentum going?
Cisco has been expanding its cloud services portfolio for the past year now but its strategy has become much more aggressive since the beginning of 2014.
Alcatel-Lucent expects to return to profitability by 2015.
The face of the cable TV and communications market is moving into a new era.
Microsoft knew about Nokia’s Android work before going into the deal.
With its investment in NantHealth, BlackBerry gets the first-movers advantage, as well as proven and capable partners in Patrick Soon-Shiong and NantHealth.
The Coca-Cola Company is intent on pursuing an aggressive strategy to regain and improve its overall global sales and profitability.
Instead of focusing on AMD’s declining presence in the PC market, investors should be looking at the new developments and the new trajectory this company has undertaken.
Enterprise has long been one of Blackberry’s stronger suits, and the restructuring of the company’s business strategy to focus on this sector shows great vision.